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The Star Page 15 Place a number in the empty boxes in such a way that each row across, each column down and each small 9-box square contains all of the numbers from one to nine. DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: 0. 9 Moderate 69 Challenging 0.0 H00 BOY! (D 2021 King Features Synd. Inc ARIES (March 21 to April 19) A gracious Lamb can learn more about a problem—filled situation than one who is openly suspicious of what could be happening. A friend might offer some well-directed advice. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Get- ting adjusted to an unexpected change might be difficult for the Bovine, who prefers things to go according to plan. But help could come from a most wel- come source. GEMINI (May 21 toJune 20) This could be a good time to get a head start on those career-related plans. The sooner you check out the pluses and minuses, the sooner you can act on your information. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) A personal situation you thought would no longer present a problem could suddenly produce some surprises. Try to sort things out with the help of trusted colleagues. LEO (July 23 to August 22) An upcoming move holds both anticipa- tion and anxiety for Leos and Leonas who have some big decisions to make. Advice is plentiful, but it’s up to you to decide which way you want to go. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Someone from a previous project could provide valuable guidance on how to a handle a current problem, especially where it might involve a legal matter. - If you have a steel or metal door, stick a few magnets on the inside for a handy spot to attach reminders and other notes. If your door is wood, just attach a piece of corkboard to a strip of the door. With pushpins, it works the same way. - “If you find a pretty bottle of lotion, you can refill it when it runs out. I add a little bit of essential oils to my store— brand lotion.” CE. in C alifornia Remove white rings on wood tables with mayo! Slather a spoonful of may— onnaise on the spot and let it stand for an hour or so. Wipe clean. Repeat as necessary. Use nail polish in bright colors to mark the settings on your washer. The nail polish doesn’t wear off like a marker might. - Got unmatched socks? Save them for the grandkids to use for hand pup— pets. You can help them sew buttons on, and use yarn for hair. A barrette can be glued or sewn on for a nose. FourJolIg men sat dam to play. And all night tlll the bmak of day: They played for cash and not for fun thh separate Scores for everyone Yet when they came to square accounts» They all had tirade quite fair amounts. Can you this paradox explain? Ifnoombfihnoouldallgahr? CAN YOU FIGURE OUT how all four made money? we not ~10an oanwrd out pic] “'srolteld plea" lou ‘pueq COLD OUT BUT THIS IS REALLY RIDICULOUS. I. COLD TODAY, JUNE, 50 DRESS IN LAYERS. LIBRA (September 23 to Octo- ber 22) A business situation presents some unexpected complications. But rather than try to handle them all at once, it would be best to deal with them one at a time. SCORPIO (October 23 to Novem- ber 21) You just might get what you want, despite the odds against it. In any event, be sure to thank all those people involved who believed in you and went to bat for you. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Before you even hint at an accusation, remember that you’ll have to prove what you say. So be sure you have what you need to back up your comments. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) A romantic situation takes an unexpected turn that favors some Sea Goats, but causes others to reassess how they’ve been handling the relationship. AQUARIUS (January 20 to Febru— ary 18) A surprise turn of events could unsettle the Water Bearer. But it also might help open up an entirely different way of working out an important matter. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) A smoothly running operation could bump up against an obstacle. This is where your ability to assess situations and make adjustments can restore things to normal. BORN THIS WEEK: Your kind- ness is legendary, and so is your strong sense of responsibility. © King Features Sy‘nd.‘,'lnc. 1. Name the group that had a hit with “I’m Telling You Now.” 2. Which Beatles song'was original- ly titled “Daisy Hawkins”? 3. What blues singer who was born McKinley Morganfield. 4. Who originally released “Our Day Will come”? 5. Name the song that contains this lyric: “We go along harmonizing a song, or I’m reciting a poem, The owls go by and they give me the eye.” Answers 1. Freddie and the Dreamers, in 1965. Hunt up a copy of the original song (YouTube) and listen to lead singer Freddie Garrity. The world was . denied a great singer when the group’s success never materialized. 2. “Eleanor Rigby,” in 1966. Paul McCartney wrote the song in pieces, after originally coming up with the Daisy Hawkins line. 3. Muddy Waters, often cited as the “father of modern Chicago blues.” He was first recorded by the Library of Congress folk music project in 1941. 4. Ruby & The Romantics, in 1963, followed by numerous others that same year. 5. “Walkin’ My Baby Back Home,” most notably by Johnnie Ray in 1952. Ray was deaf due to a childhood acci- dent, but isrconsidered by many as the father of rock and roll. © 2021 King Features Syndicate our ‘areoipu/(s saimeaj Bum rzow TOO MUCH. SHE INSISTS ON BUNDLING ME W! IT'S GONNA BE REALLY ' ' lllIlIIlIlilllIIIIIII www.kingieatures.com www.rfdcomic.weebly.com llllllllll................ 1. GEOGRAPHY: The United States shares a land border with how many countries? 2. HISTORY: When did the Great Fire of London take place? 3. MEASUREMENTS: What does a sphygmomanometer measure? 4. FOOD & DRINK: What kind of food has varieties called castelvetrano, manzanilla and nyon? 5. TELEVISION: What was the name of the Coneheads’ home planet (“Saturday Night Live”)? 6. MOVIES: How many versions of “A Star Is Born” have been made? 7. LITERATURE: The title of Wil- liam Faulkner’s novel “The Sound and the Fury” is taken from which of Shakespeare’s plays? 8. SCIENCE: What does the acro- nym DNA stand for? 9. MUSIC: What is a diggeridoo? 10. CURRENCY: Whose likeness is depicted on the US. $50 bill? Answers 1. Two, Mexico and Canada 2. 1666 ’ 3. Blood pressure 4. Olives 5. Remulak 6. Four 7. “Macbeth” 8. Deoxyribonucleic Acid 9. An Australian wind instrument 10. Ulysses Grant ‘ ‘ by Ryan A. Berenz 1. What NFL wide receiver holds the record for most yards from scrimmage in a game with 336, set in the 1989 sea- son? (Hint: Despite his nickname, he never played for the Miami Dolphins.) 2. What ABC sportscaster had the unfortunate task of reporting “They’re all gone” in the aftermath of the 1972 Munich Olympics hostage crisis? 3. The Autodromo Intemacional do Algarve is a racetrack located in what country? 4. Name the 1980 Scripps National Spelling Bee champion who became the event’s official pronouncer in 2003. 5. What two English Premier League football clubs play each other in the' Second City Derby rivalry match? 6. What Michigan Wolverines run- ning back was selected by the New York Giants in the first round of the 1995 NFL Draft? 7. What Oklahoma City Thunder player led the NBA in blocks per game for two straight seasons from 2011—13? Answers 1. Willie “Flipper” Anderson. 2. Jim McKay. 3. Portugal. 4. Jacques Bailly. 5. Aston Villa EC. and Birmingham City EC. 6. Tyrone Wheatley. 7. Serge Ibaka. _ by Charles Barry Townsend HERE'S A “TAME” PUZZLE! To the left is a crossword puzzle grid. 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